About This Plant

The Sargent spruce, scientifically known as Picea brachytyla, is an evergreen tree native to China. It boasts a graceful appearance with slender branches and dark green needles. Typically displaying a pyramidal or conical shape, it adapts well to various soil types and growing conditions.

The Story

Leaf

The leaves of Sargent spruce are needle-like and arranged spirally along the branches. These evergreen needles are typically dark green, linear, and pointed, measuring around 1 to 2 centimetres in length.

Produce

Picea brachytyla produces small, cylindrical cones that measure about 2 to 4 inches in length. The cones are initially green and turn shades of brown as they mature.
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